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Expert Reviews on Yamaha FZ S V 2.0

  • Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi vs Yamaha FZ-S FI: Comparison Test

    Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi vs Yamaha FZ-S FI: Comparison Test

    For the better part of the last three decades, Suzuki and Yamaha have been locked in a fierce battle. 100cc two-strokes had been around for a while, but the launch of Shogun in 1993 took the fight to the next level. The Suzuki had a 10cc advantage over the Yamaha RX100, was more powerful and the oozed sex appeal like no other bike. And yet it failed. 23 years down the line, it is the same story. 

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  • Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review Final Report

    Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review Final Report

    It is pouring like never before and we are not complaining at all. The dust has all settled down, the highways washed out of all the muck and oil and the green is everywhere. And that means highway time for us motorcyclists. Now that we know how the Yamaha FZ S 2.0 fares in the city, let us see how it does on the highway.

     
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  • Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review 2

    Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review 2

    It has been two weeks of commute to office on the FZ and each time I park it, walk off and turn back for a glance, it looks nice. The FZ has been carrying these looks for ever and I thought I would get bored of those by now! Also, after getting the chain slack fixed and the drum rubbers set right, the lag that I was cribbing about before has vanished, almost. While it still peeps out at lower revs, it can be ignored and at higher revs, it is almost non-existent.

     
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  • Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review 1

    Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 Long Term Review 1

    The FZ series of motorcycles has been a steady seller for Yamaha primarily because of those big-bike looks. When the FZ-16 first hit the Indian roads in 2008, there was nothing with such a muscular profile and stout wheels which made it one of the favourite urban motorcycles. The FZ-S version 2.0 repeats the recipe and this time with fuel injection added to its repertoire to ward off attacks from the Gixxers and Hornets.

     
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  • Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Seems like déjà vu. We just had the Suzuki Gixxer and the Yamaha FZS-FI locking horns a couple of months back right here on BikeWale. But here we are again with both the Gixxer and the FZ, and for good reason. The last time round, we couldn’t get a Bajaj Pulsar AS150 in time to join the test. More importantly, we also now have the Honda Hornet 160R.

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  • Hero Xtreme Sports vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS-FI: Comparison Test

    Hero Xtreme Sports vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS-FI: Comparison Test

    This is where it all begins. For the young and restless, the 150cc class is the first step towards a fast and performance oriented motorcycling future. As they mature, both in age and in riding skill, the young will continue to invest in larger, more powerful, and more expensive machines. But, this, the 150cc class, sets the right tone.

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  • Suzuki Gixxer versus Yamaha FZ-S FI V2.0

    Suzuki Gixxer versus Yamaha FZ-S FI V2.0

    Although Yamaha is famed for its sporty, fully faired range of motorcycles, its biggest-selling model here in the Indian market is the FZ-S which represents the premium commuter category. The FZ-S is now into its second generation (dubbed V2.0), and its once controversial design bits like the overtly fat rear tyre have matured into a defining character, while the torquey 149cc motor and sporty handling have made it our class favourite.

    However, it isn’t the only premium commuter motorcycle in the market. Suzuki’s latest 150cc offering wears the hallowed Gixxer badge and enjoys a nearly similar set of traits as the FZ-S. Suzuki may have taken a while to sit up and take notice, but the new Gixxer is out to prove that it can truly go up against the FZ series.

    So can the FZ-S still take victory despite the arrival of the Suzuki? We reveal all.

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  • Yamaha FZ S FI 2.0

    Yamaha FZ S FI 2.0

    When India Yamaha Motor launched the FZ in India in 2008, it not only gained a huge response from the young crowd but it was a hot topic of discussion among manufacturers. The reason being the bike checked all the right boxes when it comes to styling and features. The unique selling point of the FZ was its rear tyre – measured at 140/60-R17., It was the widest in the segment and continued to remain the most popular feature among buyers. The nicely creased bulbous fuel tank was another popular one. Basically, the overall design looked way ahead of its time and could easily continue for another few years and it did. The FZ never got any major upgrade since 2008, only the typical Yamaha decals every few months. But now it is 2014 and the Japanese manufacturer has given the FZ a major overhaul. Will the new FZ-S put Yamaha’s sales on fire, just like its old sibling? Let’s find out!

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Yamaha FZ S V 2.0

Yamaha FZ S V 2.0

  • Displacement149 cc
  • Mileage - ARAI45 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)13 bhp
  • Kerb Weight132 kg
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Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 85,347